U.S. House Democrats relent as chamber passes McConnell-backed border aid bill

WASHINGTON -- A $4.6 billion humanitarian aid package for the southern U.S. border is poised to be enacted after top U.S. House Democrats reluctantly...
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Titus and Cortez Masto to Wilbur Ross: Resign

WASHINGTON -- Rep. Dina Titus and Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto want President Trump’s Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross to step down. The Nevada Democrats both issued...
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Senate passes border aid bill, sets up battle with House

WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Senate on Wednesday approved its own $4.6 billion humanitarian aid package for the southern U.S. border, setting up a clash...
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House approves $4.5 billion border aid package

WASHINGTON -- The U.S. House passed a $4.5 billion package late Tuesday to spend on humanitarian aid at the U.S.-Mexico border. The bill passed by...
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State opens up occupational licensing to non-citizens

One of several bills Gov. Steve Sisolak signed into law this month allows any individual regardless of immigration or citizenship status to apply for...
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Harris vows executive actions on immigration policy in Las Vegas visit

Sen. Kamala Harris said in Las Vegas Friday that as president she would push for comprehensive immigration reform but “until Congress gets its act...

Lee’s amendment funds medical positions at DeVos’s expense

The U.S. House Wednesday adopted an amendment to a Labor-Health and Human Services-Education appropriations bill to help hospitals and care facilities take on more...
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House passes bill to offer Dreamers path to citizenship

WASHINGTON -- The U.S. House on Tuesday passed a bill that aims to give up to 2.5 million undocumented immigrants a pathway to U.S....
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Rosen to Homeland Security: “Tell it like it is on family separation”

Immigrant parents and children are still being separated daily at the Mexican border, acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan admitted under questioning from U.S....

Sisolak’s ‘Office for New Americans’ gets first hearing

An estimated 21 percent of Nevadans are immigrants, up from less than 9 percent in 1990. New Nevadans face a variety of challenges, including...



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